You lead a guild striving to dominate the market for illegal goods in the Sprawl, a city rich in history and lawlessness.

Recruit and task a mob of agents, racketeers, ringleaders, spymasters, wizards and others to build your reputation by selling your goods and causing chaos for your rivals. Through a light deck building mechanism, you attempt to create the strongest network of agents and the most desirable black market goods. Winners and losers are determined by a fun, yet sophisticated, supply & demand mechanic.

Available in Early 2020!!

Plunderbund is at the printer but will be available in stores in winter 2020.

Players, Ages  & Time

Plunderbund can be played by 2-5 players, ages 13+. It can be played in about 30 minutes per player.

  • 2-5 players

  • ages 13+

  • 30 minutes per player

Plunderbund Intro Video

Plunderbund is actually just a board game and not a way of life!

How to Play

Learn to play Plunderbund.


Plunderbund contains:

  • 1 two sided gameboard
  • 5 player mats
  • 5 player starter decks (x8 cards)
  • 1 favor deck (x80 cards)
  • 1 agent deck (x12 cards)
  • 1 recruit deck (x39 cards)
  • 40 agent figures (8x in 5 player colors)
  • 25 racketeer figures (5x in 5 player colors)
  • 100 demand coins
  • 35 player cubes (7x in 5 player colors)
  • 100 supply cubes
  • 5 starter player tokens
  • 10 closed merchants
  • 1 cloth bag
  • 1 soul gem round marker
  • 2 card tuck boxes

Designer Bios

Woody Hutsell  

Founder | Game Designer

When he is not designing, play testing and publishing board games, Woody is probably eating. With over 25 years of experience in consulting, marketing and computer storage, Woody took the next logical step to become a board game publisher. His first game, Plunderbund, is inspired by his experiences marketing emerging technologies to enterprises across the globe. Woody can be reached at or via LinkedIn at

Adam Chunn

Founder | Game Tregetour

Adam was born with a cynical spoon in his mouth. That cynicism manifests itself in things like meeting introductions, email monikers and bios of all sorts. Please don’t expect much from this man except ill-advised religious/political discussions where he disagrees with everyone and then snickers about it. He claims to have “won” programming — but what the heck does that mean, really? Some of the titles that he has worn in life: Senior Engineer, President, STSM, IT Professional, Support Director, Grand Poobah, Engineering Thamaturge, and a bunch of other, sillier things. Really the only ones he scoffs at are “Senior” and “Professional” which promote some kind of expectation of respect. All that said, he has a large circle of friends, a loving family and a job in the Board Game Industry. What more can one want? Adam can be reached via email or via Board Game Geek at @obiwanchunn.

Plunderbund News

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To learn more, see the Plunderbund site at Hutchu Games.

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